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j . 'THE "OREGON. -SUNDAY JOURNAL, PORTLAND,. SUNDAY MORNING, PROBER 10.
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; ,Jnw- HtJo,Pi B.-5.. Reading,, George
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H. IUnl and Irwik X.' Frtimaa,: ;. 1
"j Tuesday morning the wedding of Mis
Mary Monk. and Prank Healy wa
i ttoiomnieed at St. : Patrick' church by
Rev. Father Murphy, pastor or in
church,', The ceremony '; waa read at 11
" o'clock and! a nuptial mass "followed.
'Rev. Fathera Glbriey atid Sturla assisted
. on the altar. - The latter i-a veteran
priest of the city now past four .core
vears. He officiated at the christening
f the bride, at which time he waa corv-
aidered an old man.-'- icv-:-'..
'. Th church with It high attars of
' . - white waa most, effectively "decorated
in autumn leaves and groups of palm
arranred about the sanctuary. ' Mrs.
' Joseph Donnerberar (Miss RuthMagln
; nla) played the wedding march assisted
.".by Miss Evelene Calbreath on the vlo
" lln; -The bridal party, took their places
with Miss Ann Healy, a sister of the
"' groom, and Miss , Theresa Jennings of
Snokane.:. bridesmaids, leading. They
- were beautifully gowned in pink erepe de
' chine combined with a brocade and elab
orated With handsome lace trimming.
They wore, becoming hats In the. shade
of pink a their gowns and earned great
arm full of the light pink. Klllamey
buda and maiden nair rern, -; -.- t .
Mrs. J. C Costello (Margaret Mobks)
waa the maid of honor. She made
distinguished figure In- her gown- of
, pink orepe meteor and chifxon witn a
tunto drape of pink chirron emoroioerea
In gold brocade pattern. B he wore
picture hat of pink to match and car
', rled a ahower bouquet of tne same pina
rose buda as the .bridesmaids,,
v Little Mildred ; Seufert, cousin of
' the room, preceded tna oriae ana n
: waa a dainty little picture in ner iroo
, of sink ereoe da chine and wnite lace,
carrying, her. -baaket. of Cecil 3runner
, roaes.'; i,i.','u:-v-'-'-'- vW-."'''-'
- The bride came .In onl the arm of her
father. James Monks. Bhe was
strikingly pretty bride, her blonde beau
ty combined with the white of her wed
ding gown, being most effective. Her
gown . waa of . ivory white,, charraeuse
made simply wjth drape of . brocade in
pannier effect and ,trimmlhgof rose
. point ,lace5 1 Her long tulle ..veil was
caught with lilies , of . the valley, and
' she carried a ahower bouquet of Bride
roses and lilies of the valley. Mr. Healy
' and his - brother, William Healy, Who
t was his best man. met her at the altar
I rail. , . f , ,
; During the mass a charming musical
'' program was rendered, by Miss JSvelene
' Calbreath, violinist; Mrs. A, F, Tetsel,
' contralto; 'Victor Cullun, baritone,, and
Mias Nona J-awler,' soprano., Mrs, Joseph
- Ponnerberg and Miss , llelen Calbreath
" accompanied oa the organ.' v ' , ', "
Over 200 guests thronged the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Monks at the reception
following the ceremony from '41 ,to ,J
o'clock, , Hera again the autumn leaves
' f vine, maple and Virginia creeper were
used to decorate the reception rooms and
the dining,: table was beautifully , set
with.'-pink' rose -buds and asparagus
ferns. Presiding at the table ware Mrs,
T. J. Seufert, Mrs. .Thomas Noud, Mrs,
J. A. Jennings and Mias Clarissa Wiley.
Mis Helen Calbreath, Miss Effle John
atone,' Miss Agnes Corcoran, Miss Eve
lene Calbreath and Miss' Viola. BarenJ
stecher assisted In serving.' '. ; 4 'J
Mies Barenstecker cut, the vlng 'and
Miss Helen Calbreath caught the brds'a
bouquet k v " . '
Mr. and Mrs. Monks and tbe ushers at
tha church received with the bridal par
ty. The ; ushers included Joseph M.
Healy. Albert McHolland, J. C. Costello,
' and Rodger 8eufert . ' -:.x T " 4 '
Mrs. Monks waa attired In a handsome
, gown 6f black satin trimmed with black
ilk malteae toe. .'!iiW.O&-;i'-T i
. Mr. and Mrs. Healy will be at home
. .at their new residence Jn Juiurelhurst
; after ,Noyember..l,- ,
.X! number' of Delta Gamma alumnae
left'' Friday for Eugene, where Alpha
Delta chapter of tbe Delta, Gamma was
jt Installed Friday venlngv : - 1
$ The charter waa granted,'. Juat befor
tbe college year opened, to lambda Rho,
a local corority, which has been In ex
' Istence , for about four1 years.' About
. 30 girls are" to .b .:lltlated.v4:-
i As Delta Gammas, tbe.former Lamb la
Rhos wllL be member o$ one of the old
1 est and strongest 4 national sororities.
, I It was organised In JS7J at the school,
' j I which later ! became -the Unlveraity c4
- ? Mississippi, and now has about 26 chap
. ters. The one at Oregon form the List
' link in the chain df chapters In the coast
- unlverslties.''..-. 7..'',i-'v v'v.x-'' .-'.:.''
i i Among the Portland women who at
, . tended the installation were Mrs. Ben
- . Dey, Miss - Alta., Hayward, Miss ' Pearl
Cady, Miss Agnes Beach, Misa Agnes
Murdock. Mias Edith Clearln. Miss Lou
, Isa Boyd, Mr R. A, Loiter and Miss
Louise Brace. f --..'.
Miss Gladys Grter.of the Seattle chip
""''tr assisted In installing the new clus
ter. " I ; ( , ,
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Nash of 'Minneap
olis let t Friday morning for their home
-'.via the Canadian Pacific after a three
. weeks' - visit in . Portland with . Mrs.
- Nash's sister, Mrs.' Frank W. , 8wanton.
: Their visit haa- been the occasion ' of
: ' many charming affalra Sunday a-par-v.
',ty of eight automobiles including 16
- guests had dinner at Chantioleea and
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Exict I Reprod n c
tion from' Our
Salesroom. . '
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Thursday evening Mrs.:Arnold Neat JVJA I q
entertained in their honor wUh a din- I . f A
I SOCIETYPERSONALS I ' , ; X ,?A
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Hunt will be Interested to learn
of the arrival Friday, October 10, of a
DMy. gin. . ... !,- .-,
Mrs. 'Thomas 8. McGrath (Edna Ir
vine) left for her home In Chicago Fri
day, after passing the summer here as
the guest of her parents, Mr, and Mrs,
Benjamin V. Irvine. , . ,
Congratulations, flower and the many
happy 'expressions of good wlshea are
finding their way to - Mr. and Mrs;
George C Ludera (Clara Howell) on the
arrival Monday morning, October it. of
a baby daughter. - h v . i
Congratulation are being showered
on Mr. and Mrs.'" Frederick Strong on
the arrival last Sunday of a baby
daughter. . . - u - ,
News wss received recently from Miss
Genevieve Thompson from Honolulu,
wnere sne stopped a rew, oayst enroute
to Japan, which will be, her first atop
In the orient on her year's trip around
tha world. Miss Thompson is traveling-
in company with Mrs. Harriet M
Arthur, . - -. - .. " ' !,-: ...
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, Mrs. - F, W. Vincent of Pendleton Is
the house guest of Mrs. W. J. Furnish at
her residence on Portland Heights. ,
Miss' Gertrude Lesser has left '.for
San, Francisco, where aha will remain
over the Portole. festival. .
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Mr. and Mrs. W, E. McCord have
closed their house' for the winter , and
wjll be at Alexandra Court, , , . ; r
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Mrs. George, Hartman of Pendleton Is
tha house guest .of 'her mother, .Mrs.
Laura Gray, at her noma at the Browne
apartments;.-'- , r- . v.- ..
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Mrs.-Andrew Buckley; wife of Assist
ant Superintendent Buckley of the east-,
brn dtyielon, O.-W, :R. ,'A N.; and her
cousin. Mlba Moynthan ' of ' Minneapolis
left Tuesday evening on the midnight
train for La Grande after spending .the
day in the' city sight seeing, vj-;-H
Miss Marie Hewitt will leave today
for 8an Francisco ,to pjass - several
weeks visiting at the ' home ; of her
brothers, v ; .. r ., t 7 ; 1 ;
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'Mi1.! and 'Mrs.". John Latta are being
felicitated. On the arrival Monday morn
ing Of a baby daughter. t
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Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Blumauer' left
last Thursday for New York and other
eastern points to pass the winter. Thf
will later visit extensively In Florida '
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Mr. and v Mrs. 1 D. W. . L. MacQregor
have leased the George. Weldler reel
dance at T wen ty-second and Love joy
streets. . Mrs. "Weldler and ner daugh-
i v pmrrn ? rnn ? thiq
at ir a wav.-v
r' "A1 KUUJ ?4U.UU VALUE.
Your choice of colors in mauve, fancy
mixtures, black and white mannish
the" most graceful cut of
A5.; Specially5 Priced
Assortment of Coats;
AH the' latest designs if 1 ' C A A
land fabrics,.. 10.UU
The. National TcK.
'''' .: UPSTAIRS -
Fifth and Washington Sts.
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Photo by Btudlo da Luxe, :
Top Miss - Laura Smith of Avoca,
v Iowa, who i Ms the guest of Miss
Jessie ' Bechtol ' at ' her home on
"v: Portland Helghta. ; ; v ;
BottomMiss ; Mayme McComb of
Ybungstown Ohio,- who, with her
"''mother,-- la en route to Portland;
fi' where she' will be married ' Satur
. day to H. B. Po'wnall of this city.
tera have taken the Heitshn 'house on
Twentieth, street for' tha winter. .
Mrs. George Sailor (nee Buehner) and
her small son are visiting1 at the home
of her ; parents, Mr. , and ' Mrs. Philip
Buehner, at Mount Tabor. .
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Mrs.- Solomon Hlrsch and her daugh
ters, the Misses Ella Mae and Clemen
tine, will leave : Wednesday for New
York city, where- they will, remain for
about two-.months . . ;
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: 'After, hvlng enjoyed their vacation of
several months between their summer
home at Gearbart park, and tha beautiful
, ' 9 TWadame1 Schumann-Heink, who will sing1 at. the A,
. Heflig Theatre the ' evening of Friday, October , 24,
; speaks of the Steinway:,- '".: : s. v '
- , "Steinway pianos' are living beingsV , v
with hearts and souls.- Not only do they ;
V inspire the world by iheir, glorious tone, '
. but they share, the, artist's pleasure and ,. t
s sorrows. ; How! of ten did' I 'find solace
and renewed courage in troubled hours
1 in the heavenly harmonies of my Stein: 'fl y
way piano. May,: it flourish and pros
. , per, an 1 everlasting " joy , to ; all feeling. . p I
.t. rriankind.,,' J .', ' r?
'.' n ;IJ The Steinway is universally acknowledged as jthe .-
standard by which all Pianos are judged.-, r " ,'f '
, We sell Steinways on convenient payment terms, 'J x-
1 ,Wm invite you to hear Schumann-Heink on the '
, VicfroZo the tings exclusively ' for' the Victor ,
PRICES Floor $3, $2.50, $2; Balcony $3, $2,
$1.50, ' $1. Regular 'Seat Sale Opens October 82.
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VICTOR TALKING MACHINES f ' PIANOLA PLATER PIANOS ;. ; )
BTKINWAT, WEBER AND OTHER PIANOS ' V
.Morrison at Sixth, Portland, Opp. Postoffice , v '
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country home of Mrs. :Wm. 8. . Kinney
Portland to live for tbe winter and are
domiciled In apartments at the Park
hurst - on - Twentieth - and Northrop
streets, i - j
.- Mf. and Mrs. Kinney have been living
In ew .York City and Baltimore; for
tha neat two veara. 1
About October 2L , Mrs. Robert Tru
man Fhlnney will leave with her little
daughter, Sarah Kathleen,' for El Reno,
Oklahoma, the home of-her parents, Mr,
and Mrs. G. II. Nail After a visit there,
Mra, Phlnney will proceed io Iowa Qty,
In Which city the University of lows. Is
situated, to which institution Lieutenant
Phlnney has been assigned by the war
department as military Instructor, Lieu!
tenant rninney is already in residence.
; Mrs. William Vf. Taylor' and children,
who- have spent ' the summer as' the
guests of. her sister, Mrs; Robert T.
Phlnney, In Vancouver, ' Will accompany.
Mrs. Phlnney to the home of their par
ents in El Reno, where she will visit,
and then both Mra. Taylor and Mr.
Phlnney will proceed north, Mrs. Taylor
to Fort Leavenworth, where Captain
Taylor haa a detail at the school of the
line,' and Mrs. Phlnney to Iowa City. f. ,
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JWra Herbert C. Gibner entertained in
formally last Wednesday at two table
of auction bridge'. , The-honors went to
Mrs.; George S. 'Young and Miss Polly
Young. 1 The . other guests v were . Mrs.
John B. Richardson, Mrs. . Robert L.
Weeks, Mrs. Harold H. Taintor, Mas,
Cromwell Btacey and Mrs, James Osse-
waarde, tha wife of Chaplain Osse-
waarde. ' - , .
The Japanese consul Mr. Ida and his
wife, of, Portland, made, a visit of cere
mony to the commanding officer of Van
couver:, barracks, ' Colonel George S.
Young, and Mrs. Young. 4 r
Tomorrow Miss Bramblla, the sister
of Captain Bramblla, will entertain ' for
her. sister, Mies Lupa Bramblla of Baa
Francisco, who i her guest. : -
Major Abraham P. Buff lngton, who
was recently, detached from the Twenty
first Infantry and detailed for special
duty in Washington, t, C has just re
ceived hi promotion to the rank of lieu
tenant colonel, and has been assigned to
tha Third Infantry. Major. Bufflngton
came to Vancouver barracks from the
Philippines with the Twenty-fjrst HIa
daughter, who attended the high school
here, is now attending the : Episcopal
Cathedral school In Washington. Major
and Mrs. Bufflngton left this post in
August, and during their stay here made
many-friends, who will be delighted to
know of his recent promotion. '
Major Joseph C. Castner, who has
juat been promoted to, the rank of major,
has-been assigned to the Twenty-first
Infantry, and will arrive soon from Fort
Law ton. . Major Castner ilia the place
left vacant by the detachment of Major
Bufflngton. ' s ,
Miss Polly (Youn entertained at a
charming luncheon Saturday, at the Wa
verly Country club In compliment to
Mis Parker of -Washington, D. C,
who la tha . house " guest' pf .. Mrs.
Geprge SfTiffanir ft po'ii Pose
who wer'guest';!t. .'the 1 luncheon
Lwere Misal Helen f Parker, Miss Evelyn
Carey ana nen, guesi. jibb raunungion
of Columbus Ohio, Miss Violet Ereklne,
Miss Malsio McMaster, Mis Sally Hart,
Mia Louisa Burns and Miss: Margaret
HewetW .'ix.'S '- vt'-i''fi.;v?;l
Mrs; Tiffany and v Mis Parker of
Washington, D. C; who have been guests
of. Captain and Mrs. George 8. Tiffany
for the last two weeks, left Friday for
New York .city, ;:'.: -
Towards tha last of the month Lieu
tenant and Mr. Jams M. Hobson will
trflvt at this post from California. They
were married October S, at the home of
Mr. HohBon's parents, Mr. and . Mrs.
Samuel Williamson' of Fullerton, Cat.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Hobson will be at
home to their friends at their quarters
after November 1.-
Lieutenant George C, Lawrason, aide
de. camp to General HoyUha returned
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Jl r I ..aw i iw'r i i'Tiiii'i 'i' "JILimV nrLfsasT"'''' 'TiTVT tTj'ii''T
. "... At i w'mm
Mrs, Alfred Earl Kinney,; the attractive daughter- of Mr." and Mrfc C P.
T Woodruff. ' ' . ';ViM.-K:
from a visit in the south, where he ha
been on a two month leava of absence.
Most of hi vacation was pnt In Louis
iana, his old home, l-
At the card party , given )ast Friday
afternoon by Mr. Jer B, 'Clayton ' and
Mrs; Fred Foster, a the home of Mrs,
Clayton, card honor rell Jo Mrs. Her
bert L. Taylor, who won first prise, and
to Mra. Leeson O. Tarlton. who won
second honors..' The first,, prise was a
beautiful cut glass maypnaalse dish;
end the second a cut glass nappy. The
roOms were very prettily decorated with
autumn leaves. - Those who' assisted the
hostesses were Mr. John H. Page, who
poured the coffee, and Mra. Vosburgh,
who served the Icesx. Mlsr Foster, Miss
Bramblla and Mrs. Tarlton also helped
to serve. Among the gueata were Mrs.
Harry R. McKellar, M,rs. L, O. Tarlton,
Mrs. H.jC- Gibner, Mrs. Walter C. Swee
ney, Mrs. Clenard McLaughlin, Mrs. W1I
H, fWjf . a v J ' wool, novel muff s i.n od shapes, entirely new effects in the 5
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wea'in-ever'ImagiiaMe new styled hiwv fabric," riev shade.
. waists, styles;''ita1i:jliascin
thentl5pcial efforts haVt b
large -fend extra sue women, f vy e. 'guarantee to tit'pjerte.ctly.i.l
IX thpse ihat: take sizes ;ur,. to' .53. j hSr
jf Jt will cost you Inothuig'v whatever to charge your pur-
Is; chases, fend emit"for
'' Street at .
eon Cbaee, Mrs. Harold JtTalntor, Mra,
John H. Page."Tara., Herbert L. Taylor,
Mrs. George C,' Rockwell, Miss Paga,
Miss Bramblla and her guest Miss Lupe
Bramblla. Miss Parker of : Washing tpn,
D. C and Miss , Baker, who I tha-gueat
of her brother, Mr.. Baker of. tha pay
master's department, v.-'?.,. 'tat.
Colonel nd Mrs. Oeorgt 8. Toung
have Issued Invitation for a reception
and, dance for the evening of October
29. The reception will be given for the
people of the post and the officer of
the United State 'army atatloned In
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' Mrs. Howard Toung is the guest -of
Colonel and Mrs. George 8. Toung for a
rew days... -. wv :v--.-;sy .j--"
' Mis Louisa Burns of Portland enter
tained Wednesday at : a ; luncheon In
honor of Miss Helen Parker of Washing,
ton D, C. After .' the luncheon, the
t of FaeLion and
. No other section of , the store isT quite so ' interesting1 these '
days as the one of Furs. It is magnificently. Stocked within
; all that's good and fashtohablcy reliable nL trustworthy in . -h::
'y the realm of : Furs. ,''. - , ;.. , itf f-f-'t .Vv-Tv
V" This is .a showing of all the nevf fashions. iCoats,' with i all S
ri oupjjJCHcos muv grace oi line as
GcnUine "MINK Set. ;J mirk from $85.00
? HUDSON SEALS, npwardg tito?;VU, i. .V;;. k4T.50
yilSCKB MINK SETS, upwards from.,.
? Seta In CAT LVNY CTVITT TiT
- ara s
MUfrs anu scarfs, range in price from as low '
mmm :-tt A .,' aVA t.Il- ... fl sVA aTkA- , ... 9. , u, '--A'
p;f LUXUBrOUS NEW .F VK COATS -of Pony,; Near Seal, and Oanv
V5 uine-Sealskin, Caracul, etc :.;.....,V,.,f 95.M) to 200.00 v
2:'.,,".,;".- ,v-. ' .'-iv- m v ' i.-, fvi(v,H - - '. -
them in convenient; weekly or month
guests werelentertalned vt a ho
t tha nrnhaiim hv MJ8S b in-
Matof and Mrs. AdrT
were among those. wIt
pltality of Mr. and M
who, gve s charraing
ner dance i,ZZ-mV
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, On Wednesday even.
Young waa a dinner gue
and Mrs. George C RocVi , -
'Miss'Gradywnoha eert visiting
glster. Mra.'John RichaVdsort, Will lea f
for her home lnHhe ast .next Tuw
mornlni. ,,, . ;,; ; 'fx'p '"T I
, ' '. .j. : h V. ..JvV;vr:
; Mrs; Wilson. Chasa entsrtatned . Tbura
day afternoon with , a, vewng partyj In
honor of Mlos Bramblla and her sister.
Miss : Lupe Bramhi1 wM' Pl
" Chaplain and Mrs. James Ossewaarda
are entertaining guest who are In Van
couver a delegate to the. Washington
Stata synod of he Preabyterjan now
being held In th Prrtbyterlan house of
worship, pt Vancouver A largaaumbar v
ot delegates and clergy from, the tat ,
ara In attenda.nce. i(On Wedday event ing
Jolpt mtl:wa."e ?
-m ,,, in, i ,-ri- "
" MIS M)U lllllllBBwwrm ww,vm
Ing hotes onThurday kfternoon when
She entertained for the pleasure of Miss,
Mabla Gram a popular bride-elect whoB i
wedding will be an event of October 29. .
The room were very effectively decked r1
With basket of bright autumn leave ;l
and in the dining. room pink rosebud
were used with dainty cendle. f Amon ?
Mis KIllingBWofth' guest were: i MU v
Mabl Gram,' Mra Frederick-Gram, Mis w
Haael ' Crook, - Mr. Joseph ' GUI, MU ;
Jessie Beckwlth,' Ml Ra Zimmerman
and MlM 'Wibelle - Beckwlth. .D
Mr.''vReynOIds entertained the mem- ?;
bers of -tha Fidelia' Guild of the Plwl-: y
mont Presbyterian church last Friday '
afternoon at her, home on Rodney ave
nue. H After a short -business- meeting, '.
when plans were made for a HalloWa'en , "
party, - Very dainty refreshment were
aerved( ; The Guild meets the second and
fourth, wekr: of :eyery';montlu'.;
CMid'Mra-A& M? "Richards ''en'ter:
talned fh a very delightful manner last
Saturday' evening at their home, 1315
Bodney-avenue. -Five Hundred was the ';:
diversion of the evening, six tables of :
the game being played. The guest list '
Included: Mr. and- Mrs. Thomas Van
Abken, Mr. and Mr.- A'D. yaftce; Mr.
aad Mr.- Lewi Van Vleet Mr. and Mra. .
R. A. Morrlaon,' Mr. 'and Mr, E. H.
Whitney, Mr. and Mrs.. Walter Slusaer.
Mr. and Mr. Stevens, ' Mr.' and Mra. ".i
Ceting; Mr and Mr. Win. Robinson, Mr.
and Mrs. Benler, Mr: and Mra. Lewi J.
Rubl.'and MranD Mrs. 1, M, . Richard. , ;
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; Mr.-David McDanlels wa hostess at
a delightful "BOO"' patty and plate
shower on Tuesday afternoon for tha :?
pleasure of Miss Pearl McKenna. a pop
ular "bride of the week, . Lavender and .'
pink cosmos were used very Effectively '
thrniia-hnnt- tna rooms ana lure. Arthni, it
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